Unselfishness key to success of Liverpool's free-scoring trio: Salah

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The 25-year-old signed for the Reds last summer and won the PFA Player of the Year for his record-breaking season. "At Real Madrid, one of the most important things they teach you is that, even if you win a Champions League, the following year they demand you win it again". Knowing Liverpool as a club, the people I had spoken to about Liverpool also, I knew Liverpool belongs to the Champions League.

But Morientes, a three-time victor of the competition with Madrid who also played for Liverpool, believes there will be a nervousness about the Reds given they have not been in the final since 2007, while Zinedine Zidane's side have experience in their favour. This would prove to be the last time Real Madrid lost a European Cup/Champions League final, going on to win their next six.

Salah has bagged 44 goals and 16 assists in all competitions this season, while Ronaldo has the same number of goals and half as many assists, and the pair can add to their tallies in the final.

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"I don't think I have been brought to win the Champions League final".

"With Virgil, it was very clear that he wanted to come to play for Liverpool. The fact we can make history is a unique privilege", Ramos said. "There have been so many moments to enjoy and hopefully we'll have one more on Saturday". The culture of playing at Liverpool is wonderful; the atmosphere, the Champions League games are different in a good way.

"If Real Madrid win, it will become a streak", he told the BBC, "so what better way to stop them from getting the third championship in a row?" When they play this way they have so much speed with Mané, Firmino and Salah.

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"I know exactly how I have to play", insisted Marcelo on Friday. I think Mo has given us a gift that we will not forget. "I love that side of it because it motivates me a lot".

Aldroubi hopes Salah's accomplishments put pressure on England's Football Association to ensure that "players such as Mohamed and myself are protected from being mistreated".

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